Museums and Native American Studies
- Monday, October 27, 2014 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Museums have over 850 million visitors every year and contribute over $21 billion to the economy annually. In this modern era of diversity and information, this Side Trip is designed to inform and highlight the role and relationship that museums have had in the past with indigenous peoples and explores the role that museums will play in the future in regards to Native American people. The presentation will introduce Native American Studies as a genre and explore its multi-faceted applications as they relate to contemporary events, especially museums.
Instructor: Charlie Spray
Time: 3 to 5 PM
Cost: $0 Wonderlust Members only; Membership is $35. Registration is required.
Location: Christ the King Lutheran Church, Bozeman, MT
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Wonderlust is offered through a partnership between the Country Bookshelf, the Bozeman Public Library, the Montana State University Alumni Foundation and Extended University.